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It’s Tall Ships® Tuesday! Learn about Adirondack II.

Posted by Tall Ships America on July 28, 2015

IT’S TALL SHIPS® TUESDAY AND TODAY’S FEATURED TALL SHIP IS ADIRONDACK II!

ADIRONDACK II BB

WHERE YOU’LL FIND HER:
Narragansett Bay

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW:
The schooner Adirondack II was launched in August of 1999. The near-sister ship of the Adirondack joins the fleet of schooners known for their performance-oriented design/construction, combined with classic traditional aesthetics. With her wide-open cockpit, Adirondack II can comfortably accommodate groups of up to 65 trainees/passengers. While dockside, spacious cockpit doghouses double as serving space for food and beverages or classroom navigation paperwork. Adirondack II affirms that modern wood composite construction and 19th century elegance blend seamlessly to the benefit of all.

GET INVOLVED:
Who sails? Private charters, families, and individuals of all ages
Program type: Sail training with paying trainees, passenger daysails

CONTACT INFO:
Sailing Excursions, Inc., Bowens Wharf, PO Box 1155, Newport, RI 02840 USA
Phone: 401-862-8441; 401-847-0000; Fax: 518-463-3403
Email: info@Sail-Newport.com
Website: http://www.Sail-Newport.com

Join us every Tuesday to learn more about Tall Ships America’s Member Vessels!

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